We announce the release of NQ-Flipper, a public service for the
visualization and correction of unfavorable/incorrect asparagine
and glutamine side-chain rotamers. For further information on the
NQ-rotamer problem and the NQ-Flipper service see
Weichenberger, Byzia & Sippl (2008), Visualization of unfavorable
interactions in protein folds.
Bioinformatics Advance Access published online on March 29, 2008.
Weichenberger & Sippl (2007) Recognition and Correction of Erroneous
Asparagine and Glutamine Side Chain Rotamers in Protein Structures.
Nucleic Acids Res., 35(Web Server issue), W403-406.
NQ-Flipper is available as a public web service at
http://flipper.services.came.sbg.ac.at or may be downloaded as a
standalone application for Linux systems.
The NQ-Flipper Team
CAME - Center of Applied Molecular Engineering
University of Salzburg